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there were warrants for his arrest. when he was approached, the man ran and turned around and shot at officers as he was running. both officers returned fire. one officer was hit. the suspect was hit. everyone survived. everyone is going to be okay. police say they don't want to release anymore details because the investigation is so new. the street still blocked off. we are standing at east san jose hospital and maple. the neighborhood still is blocked off and police are doing their work and the district attorney. is helping with the investigation. we hope to have more updates throughout the broadcast. >> quick question this morning: driving in, was it foggy? >> didn't see any. it was nippy.
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mike? >> the cloud cover is not as extensive as yesterday but we have fog in the north bay valley along 101. temperatures running in the mid 30's to mid-40's, oakland at 43, and san francisco at 46 and antioch at 44. fremont and mountain view 41 and san jose at 40. everyone else in the mid-to-upper 30's. we start off with more sun temperatures are the same or warmer than yesterday. not as breezy at the coast in the mid-to-upper 50's. we are 59 to 64 around the bay. warmer inland at 62 to 66. now the traffic? >> a couple of accidents with a car and a big rig on the shoulder. southbound 680, an accident is cleared involving a car and truck. we have a new accident westbound 580 a truck off to the median at
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the livermore area the light traffic and road work at northern portion of the golden gate bridge. no traffic on the golden gate bridge. >> sonoma county investigators are trying to determine the cause of a warehouse fire with flames reported after 8:00 last night on grove street between highway 101 and heals bug with flames on the room and the building was fully engulfed. it took crews 90 minutes to control the flames. >> developing news from santa clara. investigators found home made bombs and chemicals and blowing them up. >> they detonated the explosive material in the front yard. officers found the blast items
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while serving a search warrant on a 45-year-old yesterday. this is the scene from sky 7. officials say he was wanted for making a threat against a public official and arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and detonating an explosive device. police will not say exactly when or where that happened. we will take you live to the seen for a report from abc7 news reporter cornell bernard. >> pope benedict has wrapped up the first public appearance since the stunning announcement two days ago. huge crowds greeted him with a standing ovation at the vatican. he presided over the first weekly general audience and told thousands gathered he is stepping down for "the good of the church." the 85-year-old will celebrate ash wednesday mass for the beginning of lent at st. peter's. he announced he is resigning for health reasons. >> president obama is headed to north carolina to rally support for the job creation and
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economic proposals he unveiled in the "state of the union" address. he said he wants congress to focus on improving voting procedures, raising minimum wages and lowering energy use. corporate profits have skyrocketed while wages have barely budged saying now is the time for comprehensive tax reform. >> a tax code that lowers incentives to move job overseas and lowers tax jobs for manufacturers jobs here in the united states of america, that is what tax reform can deliver and what we can do together. >> in the republican response, senator rubio of florida said more government will not help people get ahead. >> tax increases and deficit spending you propose will hurt middle class appeals. it will cost them their raises, their benefits, and it may cost them their jobs. >> speaker boehner says immigration reform is the only item on the president's agenda that has a chance of passing.
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>> facebook c.e.o. duck -- is hosting a fundraising for new jersey governor chris creditty who is seen as a top republican presidential candidate in 2016. san francisco progressiverd angry with christie for cuts millions from women's health services in his state. >> san jose joins san francisco in the fight against proposition 8 same-sex marriage ban. the city council voted in favor of adding them to the challenge of the constitutionality of the proposition saving san jose the expense of drawing up their own brief. there was a no vote from the mayor. the supreme court will review same-sex marriage and you did not see the fog coming in?
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>> one area of the bay area is having the visibility area. >> the north bay. big surprise, right? our visibility right now, the 4:00 observations, less than quarter mile in novato and 1.5 mime in santa rosa. be careful around novato and neighbors north and south to san rafael and petaluma, the 101 corridor will be foggy during the commute. everyone else is okay, clear and temperatures running in the mid-30's inland and low 40's for the rest of us through 7:00. toward noon, you need the sunglasses for lunch in the mid-to-upper 50's and comfortable temperatures in the afternoon hours and dropping to clear sky in the low-to-mid 50's by 7:00. stretching the forecast into the weekend, you can see tomorrow for valentine's day it will be sunny, mid-to-upper 60's and the
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warmth system possibly up to 70 on sunday, and low 60's on saturday at the coast and upper 60's for the rest of us and finally a chance of showers in the forecast coming up in a few minutes with the accweather seven-day outlook. sue? >> back to a new location for southbound 680 accident being reported that on on the app showing three lanes are blocked. you can see the road looks as if it is not backed up. that is southbound 680. and will also, another accident southbound 680 on the shoulder and a stalled big rig 2349 median when 580 at 1st and there is some slowing through livermore. otherwise, road work in lanes on 8980, both directions, lost lane blocked for another 20 minutes
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until 5:00 a.m. >> police are getting out the word of a frightening crime in santa cruz, a violent attack on a student who was waiting at a bus stop. >> parents and teachers gear up for a new battle to keep an elementary school open and school leaders say it has to close. >> but first this morning's tech bytes. >> a busy day for apple c.e.o. who sat near the first lady during the state of the union speech because the company will make computers in the united states. he told a san francisco conference he still "bullish" on inenjoy vacation. netflix is teaming up to create an original children's series baseed on turbo following the adventures of a snail would loves race cars. >> it could bizer to learn how to snowboard, a hand brake that allows beginers to stop and slow down as needed.
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a smartphone maker of luxury phones offering $10,000 smartphone covered with crystal displace. no word on what sort of reception the droid phone gets but, really, who cares
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>> santa rosa, berkeley, san jose, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back, it is 4:43 on this end. berkeley police say officers shot and killed two pit bulls after they atabbed an officer in richmond. the officers were searching a search warrant and a home yesterday when they attacked. an officer was bitten in the arm. they block to the person who lived at the home. in word on what type of warrant they served. >> student was shot during a head in a robbery at a bus stop. officers will be out searching
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this area again. >> this is the man police are looking for, detectives re-interviewed the victim and she is sure this man attacked her. the student waited for the number 20 bus to campus but before it arrived she heard this. and a man's voice telling her to empty her pockets. he had a gun the. >> she complied and the suspect initially she thought she was struck with the rifle but that was her getting shot. >> the 21-year-old ran while the suspect got in his car and drove away. it wasn't until the victim got to the hospital doctors found the small calculate better bullet in her skull. it was successfully removed. police continue to search if a suspect who is still out there. >> incredibly dangerous behavior and very concerning and tells you likely it is not the first
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time into this kind of activity so i am concerned about thisville's ability to strike again. >> the officials e-mailed this crime alert to all students and staff warning them of the attack but for those at this spot it means more. >> i am down here twice a week tuesday and thursday so that is alarming that would happen. >> stay clear of nighttime bus routes. >> officers the be back out here later today looking for clues. in santa cruz for abc7 news. >> this morning, former giants slugger barry bops will ask a federal appeals court to overturn his obstruction of justice conviction. a panel based out of airs will hear arguments at the circuit court of appeals at 9:00 a.m. arguing that bonds was convicted giving a rambling answer that
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had nothing to do with the probe into the steroid scandal but the prosecutors have said bonds gave intentionally false and misleading or evasive answers when he testified about the use of performance-enhancing drugs. >> an elementary school is facing closure again. the school board is meeting to discuss closing the elementary. the school district is facing a $1.4 million deficit and the superintendent says closing the school closes the gap but it could be hardship for some families whose children have to go to schools further away. the school board members considered closing the school last year but a community outcry kept it open. >> 4:46. now the weather forecast. you may want to pack the jag it. it is nippy. >> the car thermometer was down to 32. that is cold. an extra blanket is needed before you head out of bed. or if you want to pull the covers over your head and call
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in sick -- not that cold. and now a disclaimer. no, no, i guess we cannot suggest that. the eat bay hills looking to san francisco, a few clouds and a little bit of fog but mostly it is dry this morning. the clouds are not as numerous at the coast. we have a lack of rain in the bay area. everyone is below the seasonal average. we are close in santa rosa at 99 percent but way behind in san jose at 86 percent. sacramento is okay compared to average but they have not had a good soaking of rain in a long time. temperatures because the area is so dry have dropped down to 34
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in napa and santa rosa and san francisco is 46 and fremont and mountain view are 41 and san jose is at 40. in monterey bay at 40, and inland 42 in salinas because of fog. we will have patchy fog tonight. a school cooling trend through the weekend including monday, a cooler day of the holiday weekend and a chance of showers on tuesday. just a chance, now, is all, not a solid healthy rainmaker. today, we have sunshine and low-to-mid 60's and upper 50's. at the monterey bay, low-to-mid 60's around the bay and inland, temperatures around 64 or 75 or of 66. tonight, a lot of low-to-mid 40's and a few upper 30's and not so cool the last couple of mornings. high pressure is re-establishing
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their dominance over our area after the high clouds yesterday in the afternoon because this dry pattern will hold through the weekend we will keep temperatures above average so we reach our high tomorrow into friday and saturday and sunday and monday we drop down and by monday we are in the 50's and 60's and 50's on tuesday with showers. a situation worsening southbound 680 c.h.p. issuing a sig-alert. the accident is blocking three left lanes and only one lane is getting by southbound 680 and you can see by the sensors you are seeing slowing as you move southbound. westbound 580 at first we have a stalled big rig partly blocking the right lane with no slowings through livermore and a new accident with injuries involved in san francisco north 280 at 101 and we will check with c.h.p. on the location of that.
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>> two dug boats will tow a cruise ship to alabama after being stranded since sunday after a fire. 4,000 passengers and crew be on board with limited power. sanitation and food shortages are occurring. the coast guard and the transportation board are headed to alabama. carnival will issue refunds and pay their travel expenses home and give them credit toward a few cruise. a plan to raise fairs for bart riders and the leaders say the morning commute should cost you more. a warning
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>> this morning, transportation leaders meet to consider an expensive celebration to mark the opening of the bay bridge new eastern span $5.6 million price tag is the estimated cost of the memorial day celebration allowing 125,000 petroleum to walk the span before it opens to cars and is used for security and transportation and they hope the private group 8 pick up the tab but credit is fear the taxpayers are stuck with the bill. a nonprofit group is raising money for part of the celebration. this would occur actually on labor day. >> be prepared for delays traveling through san francisco international airport this weekend. one of the two runways will be closed for federal safety upgrades starting friday night at 10:00 and lasts until 8:00 a.m. on monday morning. the usual 60 flights an hour will be reduced to 30 flights an hour. >> bart riders may pay more with
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a possible increase of 5 percent next year reagans the average by 18 cents to $3.62 a ride. that adds a dollar to weekly round trip commutes. officials say it is necessary to stay on track with nation. the plan also increases fares in 201 and 2018 and 2020 and increase parking rates at the busiest parking lots. is anything going down in price? >> not really. now, more numbers. mike? >> let's talk about what is going on as far as temperatures. >> they close to average in some areas, or above average. as we continue this streak of mild weather, it is all over the state today. radar will show, yes, you do not need an umbrella that matter where you travel. it is quiet. we will talk numbers.
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you want numbers? i got numbers. 52 in eureka, one of the cooler numbers and at 49 in tahoe and 53 in yosemite and mid-to-upper 60's from sunny big sur through the central valley and 63 in san diego and more spring like around los angeles and palm springs and low-to-mid 70's. have safe travels. >> we go back to the sig-alert southbound 680, three cars involved, three left lanes involved, only one lane getting by and you will find very slow traffic according to our abc7 app it is backed southbound 680. another problem is in san francisco south 101 also an injury accident blocking two lanes of traffic. you will find sluggish traffic leaving san francisco. it is early enough they hope to get that out of there quickly. road work southbound 280 ramp to north 85 until 6:00 this morning and a look at the golden gate
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bridge the lane crews are reconfiguring the southbound commute and no one is coming through but you will have four lanes for the commute. kristen and eric? awed tuition at stanford is going up next year. the board has voted to raise tuition by 3.5 percent so undergraduate students pay $5 $56,400 a year for room county board and tuition. the increase affects undergraduates and general graduate students, graduate engineering students and medical and law students. the board raised tuition by 3.9 percent for first year mba students. officials point out the school offers $130 million a year in financial aid to offset the costs. >> women considering getting pregnant may want to load up on a supplement to help prevent autism. researchers in norway looked at records of 85,000 children and found mothers who took folic
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acid remain lets likely to have children with autism spectrum disorder. mothers who did not take it doubled their risk. taking folic accident only later in pregnancy did not help. >> you know that drinking too much soda is bad for your waist but a coroner says it could be lethal and calling for warning labels on the dangers of the containers after he issued a report saying that a woman's two gallon a day coke habit was a stall factor in her death from a heart attack. a new zealand food industry association rejected the industry and a spokesperson said no warning label could prevent the death of someone would drank the equal of 30 cans a day. >> starbucks are on all street corners but now they have debuted the first shop on a navy warship, sailors on the ship can enjoy starbucks coffee at "star
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boxer" with the signature coffee drinks, tea and smothie and run by the navy with profits going to the welfare and recreation sunday. starbucks employees trained the officers as barristas. >> police in the south bay find bombmaking material in a man's home. what neighbors are saying about his bizarre behavior. >> the manhunt for christopher dorner leads to a shoot out and a fire. we are live
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, everyone, 5:00 a.m. on wednesday. it has been a busy news overnight. >> we will begin with the developing news, investigators have located char human remains in the debris of the burned out southern california cabin where they believe a suspected police killer was holed up. and now, live from los angeles with the latest. randy? >> good morning, authorities not confirming if the remains found at the scene belong to christopher dorner but many are hopeful the terror could be over. >> it is a volatile situation. >> the manhunt for christopher dorner centers on a burned out cabin in the mountains east of los angeles where a charred body has been discovered. >> we

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